One of the components developed in the EUCases project by APIS Europe JSC, namely the EULinksChecker, has just been nominated for the European Commission's Innovation Radar Prize 2016.
The German Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) has ruled in favour of a hip-hop artist who used a two-second sample of music from the pioneering electro-pop band Kraftwerk.
EuroCases now offers you the opportunity to form a search query in multiple languages simultaneously.
The European Court of Justice ruled that the United Kingdom can restrict the rights of nationals of other Member States, who are not entitled to a right of lawful residence in the country where they apply for child benefit and child tax credit.
The European Commission set out plans for a new results-oriented Partnership Framework to mobilise and focus EU action and resources in its external work on managing migration.
On 21st April 2016, Advocates General Melchior WATHLET and Nils WAHL delivered their opinion on the ?Cypriot Bank Crisis? case dismissing the actions for annulment and damages claims lodged against the EU Commission and EU Central Bank as finding that the bank-saving measures in Cyprus were decided by the Euro Group and the International Monetary Fund and not by the defendant EU institutions.